HeadStuff

HeadStuff is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Stephen Porzio
Rating Title/Year Author
The Curse of La Llorona (2019) Stephen Porzio It would have been fresh to set this film in Mexico, centred on a Mexican family and have it steeped in an entirely different landscape and culture. Instead, it's the same story seen many times before - an innocent American family targeted by ghouls. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Pájaros de verano (2018) Stephen Porzio Birds of Passage is a gangster film. Yet, by being set in a culture unfamiliar to many Western viewers, it expands the scope of what movies of the genre can do. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) Stephen Porzio The real reason to see Godzilla: King of the Monsters is its gargantuan monster brawls - the biggest put on screen maybe ever. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Child's Play (2019) Stephen Porzio Despite how impressive the new Chucky looks - rendered with a blend of practical on-set puppet work and digital enhancements - he is never scary. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Anima (2019) Stephen Porzio The minute the credits roll, you'll just want to rewind to the beginning. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Midsommar (2019) Stephen Porzio Throughout most of Midsommar, you won't know whether to laugh or cry. Instead, you'll erupt into a giddy mania, exactly like what Christian and Dani do. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Annabelle Comes Home (2019) Stephen Porzio Annabelle Comes Home is the Captain America: Civil War of The Conjuring Universe - the stakeless if very fun roller-coaster ride of a movie given extra heft by taking the main characters of the franchise over to its spin-off. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Adam (2019) Stephen Porzio Arriving following the backlash transgender drama Girl received upon general release earlier in the year, Adam is a great argument for letting trans people tell their stories. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Blinded by the Light (2019) Stephen Porzio Blinded by the Light will either have you cringing at its mawkish sentimentality or grinning for the same reason. I did a bit of both. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Hustlers (2019) Stephen Porzio Hustlers is nestled in the higher echelon of Scorsese-esque 'I can't believe this actually happened' stories somewhere between I, Tonya, American Made and American Hustle. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
The Laundromat (2019) Stephen Porzio As a story about the Panama Papers itself, The Laundromat is deeply flawed. Yet, as a film about how society is so corrupt that the Panama Papers scandal only really scratches the surface of what is going on all around us, it does succeed. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019
Ad Astra (2019) Stephen Porzio Battling moon pirates and genetic experiments gone wrong is hard. Perhaps, more difficult though is facing your flaws head-on and working to be better. Ad Astra understands this. EDIT
Posted Sep 27, 2019